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north, of range thirteen east; thence east to the north-east corner

of town eight north, of range sixteen east; thence south to the south. · east corner of town seven north, of range sixteen east, to the place of beginning; be, and is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Watertown. Sec. 19. That the country included within the following limits,

Racine. to wit: commencing on Lake Michigan, at the south line of town three north, fractional range twenty-three east; thence due west by said line to the south-west corner of section thirty-five of town three north, of range twenty-two east ; thence north to the north line of town four; thence east by said line to Lake Michigan; thence southerly by said lake to the place of beginning; be, and is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Racine.

Sec. 20. That the country included within the following limits, to wit: commencing at the south-west corner of the town of Racine; Mount Pleasant. thence due west to the south-west corner of town three north, of range, twenty-one east; thence north to the north line of town four; thence east to the north-west corner of the town of Racine; thence south to the place of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Mount Pleasant.

Sec. 21. That the country included within the following limits, to wit: commencing at the north-west corner of Racine county ; thence due east to the north-west corner of the town of Mount Pleasant; thence due south to the north-east corner of section thirteen in town three north, in range twenty east; thence due west to the line dividing Racine and Walworth counties; thence due north to 'the place of beginning; be, and the same is set off into a separate town by the name of Rochester.

Sec. 22. That the country included within the following limits, to wit: commencing at the south-west corner of the county of Salem. Racine, running thence due east twelve miles; thence due north eight miles ; thence'due west twelve miles; thence due south to the place of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Salem Sec. 23. That the country bounded on the north by the town of

Burlington. Rochester, on the east by the towns of Racine and Southport, on the south by the town of Salem, and on the west by Walworth, be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Burlington; and the polls of election shall be opened at the house of S. Nims.

Sec. 24. That the country included within the following limits, to wit: commencing at the north-west corner of the town of

Rochester.

Troy.

Spring Prairie.

Elkhorn.

Rochester ; thence due west to the north-west corner of town four north, of range seventeen east; thence duè south to the south-west corner of town four north, of range seventeen east; thence east to the south-east corner of town four north, range eighteen 'east; thence north to the place of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Troy.

Sec. 25. That the country included within the following limits, to wit: commencing at the north-east corner of town three north, range eighteen east; thence west to the north-west corner of town three north, range seventeen east; thence south to the south-west corner of town three north, range seventeen east; thence east to the south-west corner of the town of Rochester; thence north to the place of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Spring Prairie.

Sec. 26. That the country included within the following limits, to wit: commencing at the north-east corner of town four north, range sixteen east; thence due west to the north-west corner of Walworth county ; thence due south to the south-west corner of [of] town three north, range fifteen east; thence east to the southeast corner of town three north, range sixteen east; thence due north to the place of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Elkhorn.

Sec. 27. That the country included within the following limits, commencing at the south-east corner of the town of Elkhorn ; thence west to the line dividing Walworth, and Rock counties; thence south to the south-west corner of Walworth county ; thence east to the south-east corner of town one north, range sixteen east; thence north to the place of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into [a] separate town by the name of Delevan.

Sec. 28. That the country included in the following limits, to wit: commencing at the south-west corner of the town of Rochester; thence west to the north-west corner of town two north, of range seventeen east; thence south to the Illinois State line; thence east to the south-east corner of town one north, of range eighteen east; thence north to the piace of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate.iówn by the name of Geneva.

Sec. 29. That the country included within the following limits, to wit: commencing at the north-east corner of town two north, of range twenty east; thence west to the north-west corner of town two north, of range nineteen east; thence south to the Illinois State line; thence east to the south-east corner of town one north, of range tweaty east; thence north to the place of beginning; be, and

Delevan:

Geneva.

Salem.

Pleasant Prairie.

Rock.

the same is hereby set off into a separate town the name of Salem.

Sec. 30. That the country included in the follo g limits, to wit: commencing at the south-east corner of the town of Racine, Southport. on Lake Michigan; thence west to the north-west corner of town two north, of range twenty-one east; thence south to the south-west corner of town two north, of range twenty-one east; thence due east to‘Lake Michigan; thence northerly by said lake to the place of beginning ; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Southport.

Sec. 31. That the country contained within the following limits, to wit: commencing on Lake Michigan, at the south east corner of the town of Southport; thence west to the north-west corner of town one north, of range twenty east; thence south to the Illinois State line; thence east to Lake Michigan; thence northerly by said lake to the place of beginning; be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Pleasant Prairie.

Sec. 32. That the country included within the boundary of Rock county, be, and the same is hereby set off into a separate town by the name of Rock.

Sec. 33. All that district of country lying within the present limits of Sheboygan county, shall be a separate town by the name Sheboygan. of Sheboygan; and elections shall be holden in said town at the school-house in Sheboygan, and at Gidding's mill. Sec. 34. That the country contained within the boundary lines

Manitouwoce of Manitouwoc county, be, and the same is hereby set off as a separate town by the name of 'Manitouwoc; and the electioas in said town shall be held at the public house at Manitouwoc Rapids, at the Steam Saw.mill, and at the public house at the mouth of Manitouwoc River.

Sec. 35. All that district of country west of Green Bay, north of the north line of township twenty-seven north, and east of the Oconte. division line between ranges eighteen and nineteen, in the county of Brown, shall be a separate town by the name of Oconte; and the elections in said town shall be holden at Farnsworth's mill, and at Jones' mill.

Sec. 36. Townships twenty-five, twenty six, and twenty-seven in ranges eighteen, nineteen, twenty, and twenty-one, on the west

Pasaukie. side of Green Bay, shall be a separate town by the name of Pasaukie; and the elections in said town shall be holden at Navricong's mill, and at Matthew's mill.

Sec. 37. Townships twenty-three and twenty-four north, in

Howard.

. Kakalin.

ranges eighteen and nineteen east, so much of fractional townships iwenty-three and twenty-four north, in range twenty east, as lies on the west side of Fox river, and north of the south line of the private claim confirmed to Jean Baptist Labord, extended westward so much of the private claims on the west side of Fox river as lies north of the said south line of J. B. Labord's claim, shall be a township by the name of Howard; and the election in said town shall be holden at Portin's trading-house.

Sec. 38. Townships nineteen, twenty, twenty-one, and twentytwo, in ranges eighteen and nineteen, shall be a separate town by the name of Kakalin; and the elections in said town shall be bolden at Grignon's trading-house. ·

Sec. 39. Townships twenty and twenty-one, in ranges sixteen

and seventeen, shall be a separate town by the name of Winnebago; Winnebago.

and the election in said town shall be holden at Perry's dwelling house.

Sec. 40. Townships eighteen and nineteen, in ranges fifteen and Bulle des Morts. sixteen, and fractional townships eighteen and nineteen in range

seventeen, shall be a separate town by the the name of Butte des Morts; and the election in said town shall be holden at the dwelling house of Webster Stanley...

Sec. 41. Fractional townships sixteen and seventeen, in range Calumet.

eighteen; and townships sixteen and seventeen, in range nineteen, shall be a separate town by the name of Calumet; and the elections in said town shall be holden at White's store.

Sec. 42. All that district of country within the limits of Fon du Lac county, not included within the towns of Calumet and Butts des Morts, shall be a separate town by the name of Fond du Lac; and the elections in said town shall be holden at the dwelling house of M. C. Darling.

SEC. 43. So much of fractional townships twenty-two and twenty-three, in range iwenty, as lies on the east side of Fox river; fractional township twenty-two, in range twenty-one ; so much of fractional township twenty-three in range twenty-one, as lies south of the section line, extended west between sections twelve and thirteen; and so much of the private claims on the east side of Fox river as lies south of the south line of No. eleven of private claims; fractional township twenty-two, in range twenty, and so much of fractional township twenty-three, in the same range, and all the private claims on the west side of Fox river, not included in the town of Howard, shall be a separate town by the name of Depere; and the elections in said town shall be holden at the court-house in Depere.

Fon du Lac.

Depere.

Kowaunco:

SEC. 44. All the district of country included in the private claims, on the east side of Fox river, lying north of the south line of Green Bay. lot no. eleven of private claims; so much of fractional township twenty-three in range twenty-one as is not included in the town of Depere; and sections from twenty-eight to thirty-six inclusive, in fractional township twenty-four, range twenty-one shall be a separate town by the name of Green Bay, and the elections in said town shall be holden at the town house in Green Bay.

Sec. 45. All that district of country on the east side of Green Bay, not included within the town of Green Bay, lying norih of Bay Bottlomont the township line between towns twenty-three and twenty-four, shall be a separate town by the name of Bay Settlement, and the elections in said town shall be holden at the dwelling house of Lewis Rouse. Sec. 46. All that district of country lying within the present

Portage. limits of Portage county shall be a separate town by the name of Portage, and the elections in said town shall be holden at the Franklin House at the Portage, and at Marcy's mill on the upper Wisconsin.

Sec. 47. Townships twenty-one, twenty-two and twenty-three, in ranges twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four, and twenty-five, shall be a town by the name of Kewaunee.

Sec. 43. The polls of election in each of the towns as abore established, shall be at the house or houses at which the polls were

Elections where opened at the period of the last annual election, unless herein held. otherwise expressed, or unless some change has since been made by the County Commissioners, or shall hereafter be made according to the provisions of this act. Sec. 49. The Board of County Commissioners are hereby au

Bamo subjcc thorised and empowered, whenever they shall deem it for the convenience of the inhabitants of any town, and the petition being presented to them, of not less than twenty qualified voters of such town, to cause the polls of election to be opened at some other place in addition to the place or places where they have heretoforc been opened. But there shall not be more than four different places at which the polls shall be opened in any of the above towns; por shall the polls be opened at more than one house in any township of six miles square, as set off by the original survey.

Sec. 50. The inhabitants of each town as established by this act, may elect on the day of the general election, not exceeding stables.

Eloction of Come three constables. But in those towns, where the seats of justice are placed, there may be four constables elected.

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